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Best Grilled Cheese Sammich....
As mentioned in another thread, just seems right to post the best grilled cheese sammich you've made.
The classic being 2 slices of bread and a slice of cheddar cheese. This, in my cookbook has evolved some what.....
I lived off these things in college. It was simple, put a slice a cheese between two slices of bread and throw it in a teflon pan. Flip it when one side was burning. Yeah College! After I graduated and learned a little better art of cooking, I started applying butter to both sides of the bread. Chef-boy-ar-genious I am. Years later I added Mayo. I danced like MJ walking on the moon. And then the ultimate, Tomato Soup!! All I had left in the pantry and fridge. 2 slices of bread, a can of tomato soup, 1 slice of cheese, butter and mayo. I consulted with Mr. Bong and had my dinner. Grilled Cheese Sammich and Tomato Soup. Dipped the sammich in the soup and the rest was history.
With all that nonsense said, let us know your favorite grilled cheese sammich. One of my favs......
Spicy Grilled Slap Happy:
Regular sliced Sour Dough bread (2 slices)
Pepper Jack Cheese
Prepare sammich by spreading chipotle mayo on inner sides of sour dough bread. Place a slice of pepper jack on each slice. Put desired amount of jalapeno on one side. Close sammich. Butter top half of bread. Melt dollop of butter in teflon pan. Once melted, place sammich in pan non buttered side down. Cook until brown and flip. Cook until your ready but don't set off smoke detectors....